Campaigner Sanaa Seif calls on the UK government for her brother’s release in Egypt

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Campaigner Sanaa Seif calls on the UK government for her brother’s release in Egypt” – below is their description.

Sanaa Seif, an Egyptian activist, is campaigning to get her brother freed from a prison in Egypt and is calling on the UK government for help.

She told Beth Rigby a “firm phone call” from Prime Minister Boris Johnson could secure his release.

#BethRigby #Egypt #Campaigner

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